quinzi is getting some hype here, while among juniors in his last events he was losing to guys like nishioka, hamou, djere or kokkinakis (first three are a bit older, last one is a bit younger)
apparently this nishioka kid has a futures title already, unlike quinzi. beat quintero, m. klein, mina, borvanov, m. arevalo
then in texas 15K futures he made semis after qualifying, beat there mc gee, krueger, christian harrison
this looks probably the best among all discussed players here, though he doesn't seem to be regular, this week lost in futures quallies.
and kyrgios is ahead of them all with challenger title and a semi from this season
If you think Quinzi has big hype here... you don't want to imagine how it is in Italy and among italian tennis fans
it's ridiculous and massive, believe me! The urge for having a top player in the near future is definitely exciting though so you have to understand, specially considering all the past good juniors/prospects that haven't quite make it yet (and probably never will
) like: Fabbiano, Trevisan, Travaglia(impossible to rule him out yet though), Gaio, etc).
To GQ's credit, he has reached a future final just recently and has some good wins of his own in Riverax2, Barrientos, Struvay, Estevezx2 (not sure if once or twice), Podlipnik, Estrella and he also holds a win in a future against Nishioka. as you can see most of his notable wins come from the south american futures because he splits training between Argentina and USA but he will be playing more in Europe as the season progresses.